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New Zealand Killed a French Maiden

Posted by te2ataria on October 7, 2009

French Maiden Killed in Northland, New Zealand

SEE ALSO: One Foreigner is Murdered/Killed in New Zealand Every Two Days (9-year average)

Eva Kosanic, aged 20 to 22, depending on who you believe, was  an intern at Environmental Science and Research in Christchurch, or a tourist, who was due to return to France.

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The vehicle in which the French victim’s partially decomposed body was found on October 5, 2009. Picture: Clive Crombie/The Northern Advocate. Image may be subject to copyright.

She was apparently killed when the rental car she was driving went out of control and smashed into a tree on a road near Broadwood, 48km southeast of Kaitaia, Northland. [In New Zealand most cars, especially the rental units, are defective and unroadworthy—Moderator.]

The French woman “could have lain dead in a crashed car for [at least] two days before being discovered.” The Northern Advocate reported.

The French Maiden Was the 1,617th Person to Be Killed/Murdered in New Zealand, Since January 1, 2000.

Cars that are imported to New Zealand or the auto parts that are manufactured in this country, are intrinsically unsafe.

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4 Responses to “New Zealand Killed a French Maiden”

  1. A New Zealander said

  2. traz said

    I know those roads up there. They are barely even two lane, and you have to pass other people with extreme care. The local drivers are crazy, hammering straight up the middle of the road. The roads are absolutely wild, and poorly maintained. The edges of them frequently wash out, leaving big chunks of missing surface for days at a time, as if a giant had taken a bite out. It is unusual to see railings or fencing, and the slope(s) on the side(s) of the road9s) are steep, plunging down through muddy bush to rivers or streams. The metal (gravel) on the roads is easy to skid on at only moderate speeds. You cannot drive fast around curves for this reason and among other reasons, such as suddenly being confronted with a big road washout unmarked by any sign! The sides of the roads are also crumbling, and are not stable to drive on. Much wildlife on the road as well, and people from the city driving to buy weed from their growers. It is not surprising she drove off the road, or “was driven off by someone”, and not surprising either that no one found her for ages.

  3. Laura said

    hey there and thank you for your information.

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